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Item Details
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Available to everyone
Culture
American
Title
Pavilion VIII
Pavilion Eight
Pavilion 8
detail view
Basement door and frame with dead bolt and rim lock
Work Type
pavilions (building divisions)
Date
1819-1822 (creation)
Image: 1984-12
Location
site: East Lawn, Charlottesville, Charlottesville, Virginia, United States
Material
brick (clay product)
Period
Neoclassical; Federal; Palladian
Description
As part of Jefferson's design for UVA's Academical Village, professors lived and taught in unique Pavilions, which each served as a distinct model of architectural ideals. Jefferson's notes label Pavilion Eight as "Latrobe's Lodge," suggesting strong influence from architect Benjamin Henry Latrobe, with the "Corinthian" of "Diocletian's Baths" serving as the source of classical ornament. Subtle playfulness is evident in the design, with arched windows and a recessed two-story alcove entrance divided by a bridge leading to the second story balcony. Occupied first by Mathematics professor Thomas Hewitt Key, and subsequently by William H. Echols.
Repository
University of Virginia Library
Related Item
University of Virginia Academical Village
ID Number
1984 10 00 266
Source
James Murray Howard
Architect for Historic Buildings and Grounds, University of Virginia
Rights
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File Properties
File Name
1984 10 00 266.tif
SSID
3718028

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